Metsovo – Pindus Mountains, Western Greece
I rarely process my photos right after taking them. I need to put them aside and forget about them for a while, then get back from time to time and have a look to see if they still impress me, if I still see anything in them and it can be weeks or even months till I “click” with one of them. But once the click happens, I then can’t wait and start processing it right away. I haven’t yet figured out what it gives for me to click with an image at a certain moment (not earlier, not later), but when that happens I stop everything else (even if I’m in the middle of processing another shot) and start with the new one. It’s like a magnet drawing me and I can’t resist it no matter what.
Just happened today. I was working on another shot and at some point I thought about searching something to post for the Sea Tuesday theme that I’m curating on Google+, as I haven’t done it in a while. But going over my shots I ended up looking at some I took a couple of months ago, in the mountains and I stopped at this one, forgetting about the sea shot, forgetting that I was working at something else and didn’t stop till I finished processing it.
Julia Anna Gospodarou – (en)Visionographer